Q. 93.7( 3 Votes )
A magnetic dipole of magnetic moment 0.72 A m2 is placed horizontally with the north pole pointing towards south. Find the position of the neutral point if the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field is 18 μT.
When the magnet is such that the its north pole faces the geographic south of earth, the natural point lies along the axial line of the magnet
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